Restorative Justice 101: What's It All About?
May 17, 2021 @ 7:00PM — 8:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
An informal interview on Instagram Live with NYPI's Kailani Capote and Brandon Frame (@theblackmancan)
Join us on Instagram Live (@newyorkpeace) on May 17th at 7pm EST for an interview with New York Peace Institute’s Restorative Justice (RJ) Coordinator, Kailani Capote! The incomparable Brandon Frame, @theblackmancan, will be interviewing Kailani about her work with New York Peace Institute and Restorative Practices.
Restorative practices have an important role to play in creating a strong sense of community, as well as responding to harm. NYPI's RJ team has created safe spaces for different communities who have experienced harm to process and support one another through a journey towards healing. Kailani Capote has extensive experience implementing restorative practices in New York City schools and communities. She has been leading New York Peace Institute’s work with young people for over four years, is a certified Circle Keeping Trainer, and a student of RP at IIRP graduate school.
Brandon Frame is the founder of TheBlackManCan, a nonprofit highlighting positive images of black men and boys. He is also the Director of Social Emotional Learning at the Urban Assembly, where Kailani launched one of NYPI’s first restorative justice programs. Brandon is a committed advocate and mentor, focused on inspiring and uplifting youth of color through his work.
Tune in to Instagram Live (@newyorkpeace) on May 17th at 7pm to learn more about this timely work and this amazing duo!